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Phnom Yat

Road No. 5, Phum Otapork Leu, Pailin 02455, Cambodia
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Very nice place

Phnom Yat very nice view when you arrived on the top. Green and fresh air, big Buddha and Yay Yat... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Menlis V
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New York City, New York
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Phnom Yat has its own history!

It's the most misleading to claim that the Burmese had significant influence over Cambodia... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
sinsopharith
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Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Road No. 5, Phum Otapork Leu, Pailin 02455, Cambodia
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Phnom Yat very nice view when you arrived on the top. Green and fresh air, big Buddha and Yay Yat very great place for Cambodian prayers.

Thank Menlis V
Reviewed 3 March 2017

It's the most misleading to claim that the Burmese had significant influence over Cambodia. Historically, Cambodian once attacked Burmese. After its decline in late 15th century - the Great Khmer Empire - as the result of drought, demographic changes and malaria and so forth, the...More

Thank sinsopharith
Reviewed 2 February 2017

Phnom Yat, in Khmer Mountain of Grandmother Yat, is the most famous mountain in Pailin as it's believed that there is a big germ stones under the mountain. Going there, you will see Grandma Yat Statue that lots of Cambodian always go to pray for...More

1  Thank Kimsiek
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

It's located in town and makes for a good evening stroll up to the hilltop for a great sunset of Pailin town . There are numerous temples and monastery at the summit and at the foothill one can enjoy a fresh coconut juice at the...More

Thank Jamestankee H
Reviewed 20 September 2016

Holy place for the cambodia peoples. Khmer peoples in cambodia believe on yey yat who's the holy status at pnhom yat. there are many big status of buddha on the mountain and pagoda. also a good place to get nice natural photo of other mountain.

Thank Pheaktra K
Reviewed 31 March 2016

There is not a lot to do in Pailin but if you do find yourself there Phnom Yat is worth a visit. There are a number of different monuments / statues at the top and if you are lucky enough to be there on a...More

Thank K1w1Wanderer
Reviewed 13 March 2016

Admittedly there isn't a whole lot to do in Pailin! As we were with Geologists, we checked out the local gem mining situation, and cycled from the Memoria Palace to Phnom Yat. About a 1/2 hour spin each way. Quite a steep service road that...More

2  Thank Bob C
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Phnom Yat has many ancient structures with pagodas, stupas and statues. The site is high on a mountain overlooking Palin City. We drove to the top and slowly walked down. The architecture is amazing. My driver, Rin Ra, collected me at the bottom of the...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 6 August 2015

Interesting place. The mountain (hill) contains gemstones but is protected from mining, however after heavy rain many locals gather to look for sapphires in the gullies. Unfortunately it never rained when we were there! There is a small gem market near the base of the...More

Thank NZsailor
Reviewed 1 May 2015

With a small mountain ( hill ) it's very fantastic that have a lot sculpture​ in pagoda on the hill of Cambodian Ancient people. Too many local guest went visit there and the road now day it was easy than before so we can reach...More

Thank Vichea V
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